Teekolloquium / Kaffeepalaver

Usually on Thursdays at 11:15 am in the library building (Tea/Coffee in the Foyer at 10:45 am)
Teekolloquium in the Otto Hahn lecture hall
Kaffeepalaver in the Central Seminar Room

Organisation: Thomas Pfeifer and José Crespo

Winter semester 2019/20

  • 2019/10/17, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Prof. Oriol Vendrell Romagosa, Heidelberg University: Correlated quantum dynamics of nuclei, electrons and photons
  • 2019/10/31, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Prof. Stephan Schiller, Quantum Optics and Relativity, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf: Rotating Molecules and Fundamental Constants
  • 2019/11/07, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Prof. Dr. Anne Green (Univ. of Nottingham, UK): Primordial Black Holes as a dark matter candidate
  • 2019/11/14, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Prof. Dr. Hugo Fechtig, Prof. Dr. Eberhard Grün, Dr. Jochen Kissel: MPIK von Anfang an, Entwicklung der Staubastronomie, Untersuchungen an Kometenstaub
  • 2019/11/28, 11:15 am, Kaffeepalaver Sebastian A. Müller: Opening the sub-second gamma-ray-sky with the Cherenkov-plenoscope
  • 2019/12/05, 11:15 am, Kaffeepalaver Dr. Naveen Kumar, Theoretical Quantum Dynamics and Quantum Electrodynamics: Modelling polarized radiation from GRB afterglow in laboratory astrophysics experiments
  • 2019/12/12, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Prof. Timothy Chupp, Applied Physics and Biomedical Engineering, University of Michigan: Challenging the Standard Model with Magnetic and Electric Dipole Moment Measurements
  • 2019/12/19, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Dr. Samuel Hammer, CRL, Institut für Umweltphysik, Universität Heidelberg: How to identify CO2 from fossil fuel combustion in the atmosphere? Another application of radiocarbon.
  • 2020/01/09, 11:15 am, Kaffeepalaver Dr. Leon Karpa, Physikalisches Institut, Universität Freiburg: Optical traps for ultracold ion-atom interactions
  • 2020/01/16, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Dr. Axel Lindner (DESY Hamburg): Towards catching a glimpse of the invisible axion and other WISPs
  • 2020/01/23, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Dr. Babette Dobrich, CERN, Geneva: Axion and ALP searches at different masses
  • 2020/01/30, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Prof. Rob E. G. Timmermans, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Groningen: EDMs: particle physics for the poor
  • 2020/02/06, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Prof. Gianluca Gregori, Department of Physics, University of Oxford, UK: Magnetic fields, dynamo, and particle transport in laboratory and astrophysical plasmas